The 60 Ghz unlicensed spectrum was planned to be used for ultra fast WiFi networks but due to big problems with going very far and going through and around walls there are no commercial deployments.

The benefit of the millimeter wavelengths is the fact that FR circuitry can be used to detect objects, people, even faces with quite high precision. It has been used in automotive radars and now Texas Instruments is bringing the same tech to the factory. Soem even say that this tech could replace cameras for some use cases like gesture control, detection of movement, face recognition and more.

TI new 60 GHz chip includes the RF and antenna and has enough processing power to do the computing at the edge. More information about it can be found here.




NEWS: Croatian IoT scene

Netokracija published an interesting article about Croatian IoT scene – focusing on startups, big names and crowd-source activities. Croatian IoT startup scene is very active and beside those companies mentioned in the article, there are many others, especially those ones focused on utility and industry segment. If you have a need for partners in those […]

September 6 < 1 Minutes to read

NEWS: The best places to work in IoT for 2019

I came across interesting article on Forbes – list of best IoT companies to work for in 2019. You can download the complete list here and if you are interested in methodology that has been used for creating the list – read short and interesting article.

August 27 < 1 Minutes to read

NEWS: UWB (Ultra-wideband) and FiRa Consortium

UWB technology is not planning to be used for connectivity but instead for location based services since it offers fine ranging which would allow to deliver a high level of accuracy of the position of the device and also the distance. It can be used for all non-GPS i.e. indoor or similar use cases where […]

August 26 < 1 Minutes to read

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